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' LO0AL NEWS.
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V Voiiba'iTil4IC '.'flf AnrM'-'niI enehaflU
lag op ratio spectacle will be again ,-epresented'at
Ford's 'llrstelati theatre thli evening la nlllta
magnlAeence. It performance, Uit night, called
out the better class of amusement seekers,1 end
hundreds who have never attended public placet of
f ntert alnraent before, but who could not withstand
the attraction now oflered at Ford's temple of art
i SO, they .were present, and rapturously testify to
the numerous beauties of Balfe s opera of he " En
v, Mist1 'Caroline RlchlngS, our American prima
,4onna7fn'the character.of Stella, elicited round at"
, ter round of the heartiest appfause Her singing
waa'realrjreatranclAfftollstcnto. Mr. Peter Web
togs, as Rarnir, was well received) and, when we
consider' this gentleman's age and the inany jeare
he has been engaged In the harrasslng business of
actor and mftnap?, we certainly think his per
formances are remarkably well done. Thedsnclng,
by the leading danoers, cannot e aslly be surpassed,
'White the corps d UUet at inodeat-looklng young
ladles, In their aerial dresses, was enough to warm
the heart even of an old bachelor, The choruses
were Kell executed, thb scenery magnificent, and
-the whole opera a perfeet'suecess.
G aorta's TKivrau-trfra Attraction. U Lu
cille Western appears this evening, for the twenty
evenJK tlme,'ben she will appear In four tharao
ttrs.and oet sustained by the most powerful draj
matle company In America. ,
The bill Is a select one, consisting of the " Stran
gern and the V WUard Skiff." air. L.P, Barrett
esisrs'try-eAiooMBfully, the character of ' the
Stranger, while Miss Lucille certainly has no supe
rior as Mrs. Haller. The concluding play Is said
to be the property of Miss Lucille, Inasmuch as
she possesses all ;the original manuscript, music,
deslgni for hvafhloery. scenery,
Nixoit'iVAtiiiiiaTO Theatre. This evening
has been set apart by, the management, for the
flrst benefit of that very popular young actor, Mr.
A. H. Daveoport.'on which occasion he offers a bill
of rare excellence, consisting of Brougham's two
Tery successful and laughable burlesques, entitled
"Columbus1 and "Pocahontas, and the' well
known one-act drama of Tarents and Guardians.
The beautiful Cubaa Appears In twoof,her most
popular Spanish dances, a sslsted by Senor Xlmlnes
and ceres d batUU "That fascinating and dashing
young actress, Miss Tanny Brown, will appear In
allthe pieces, sustaining the principal characters.
That old favorite of the public, Mr. II. Bland, has
Madl.jrt.aMnd hH..., and will appear a
MonsTourUHen, a character which he has made
' peculiarly bis own. Altogether, the bill Is a very
attractive one, and should attract a crowded House.
Carter at; by. The great danseuse, M'lie GaV
lettl,was unable to appear last night In conse
quence of the Improvements to the stage not hav
ing been completed. The Improvements have now
been finished, and Annette Gallcttl will positively
appear, with Mons. Velarde, to-night, in the grand
ballet, ' Esmeralda," The entire, companies, bat
let ind dramatic, will also appear to-night In one
of the most magnlflcententertalnments yet offered
to the cltltenai of the Federal Metropolis. Those
who desire to witness this reckenh entertainment
should attend In good season and secure a desirable
seat, asian Immense crond will surely be In attendance.-
1-fixoiTs Cbemobhe Gabden Cibc vs. Manager
Nlaon withdraws his old organliatlon to-night In
order to open, for three days and nights, at George
town, arter which he moves forward to Alexandria.
On Thursday (Thanksgiving day) the new troupe
will appear, among whom Is the sensational eques
trienne, the beautiful Miss Ida, who la said to be
ery superior artiste. Mr. Sherwood, Luke Rivers,
Frank -ttirlps, Mr. Charles Sherwood, and Madame
Virginia. Eaton Stone, we presume, will remain.
Nixon has got things In good working order, and
he will erect a palace tor his Cremorne exhibition
hat will bo one of the most commodious, comfort
able, and tasty ever erected In the capital city.
MlMIOXABV WOBK YOVNO MEN CHRISTIAN
- Assort vmon. This work waa dulr nroaecuted on
the last, as on the previous 8abbath by the mis
sionary,' Rev. O. P. Pitcher. Preaching tn the
morning, at 10 o'clock, to the teamsters and ambu
lance unrers, in ine nonnwcsiern encampment . at
tarn, urnniiii uuuuarirra. vu win airrct biu
'in the afternoon, at Jf o'clock, In the dining hall
of the laborers' mess-house, on G, near 31st street t
and in the evening, at ejf o'clock, In the Soldier's
Haat. In which treat hall were assembled more
than a thousand men, consisting of the UOth regi
ment New Yorlc volunteers,1 and detachments of
unueu mates soiuicri. inere waa aiso preacning
'la the afternoon at Camp Barry, northeast of the
cm. by ite. A. Coher, agent of the American
Tract lloc.et . .
The service tn the afternoon and evening were
specially Interesting, a number of themenlnthe
afternoon having embraced an opportunity offered
by the missionary to address their fellow men on
the privileges thus enjoyed by them, and the duties
resulting. la the evening, the missionary was
happy to meet and recognise In many of the officers
and men of the 115th, those whom he had known
at their homes in Montgomery county, . v.
These several services, as well as a visit to the
Quartermaster's Hospital, were followed by the
distribution, through the missionary and members
of the association, of copies of the Sacred tkrlp-
tures, religious papers and tracts, and a deposit of
j hymn books, generously furnished by the Bible
i Society, the American Tract Society, and the
Christian Commission, while the movements from
point to point, were greatly facilitated by ambu-
lances kindly furnished by the Quartermaster's ile
It Is frit, however, that this reading, la all these
appropriate forms, should be regularly purchased,
anil the Missionary Board earnestly appeals to the
public to furnish the necessary means, the salary
of the missionary being paid by monthly contribu
tions of the members of the association.
Wm. Rallantyne. No. 49S Seventh street, Is the
treasurer of the missionary fund.
Stvbois Rifle Corps. This corps, which has
acquired a national reputation, was mustered out
of service last Monday morning, at nine o'clock,
at their encamped on Franklin square, tn this city,
by request of Generals McClellan and Burnslde.
This corps waa formed In Chicago, Illinois, and
conslstedof about eighty men. picked from about
SOU who ottered Thev started from that cltv on
theiatbof June, lttti, and were lmmodlatel) as-
ikuu tu uuij u urn. mcnei ..' uuuyMTuaru.
They joined him at Cincinnati, and were with him
tn his Western Virginia campaign. When the
general was assigned to the chief command of the
with him In all his campaigns In Eastern Virginia.
Many of the corps have been commissioned, and
are In both the regular and volunteer service,
riutcit me uurjia iuiiuwvu uitu urrr, inu wrre
in r.asiern vinrinia.
a commissioned, and
One man who started from Chicago as a private, la
nnuf a main, tin Clan lfa1lailra at If 'ilia nnva
now numbers slaty men. and are under command
of Lieut. N. E. Sheldon, to whom the company is
v ery much attached,
Ine corns took its name Jn honor of Solomon
Sturgls, Esq., a wealthy and patriotic citizen of
Chicago, who provided a complete outfit for the
company, and kept them supplied from his own
private funds. It Is said that he has spent over
B4O.O00 upon his favorite corps, 4
The company hold Geueral UcClellan lu high
esteem, ana regard him with almost the affection
of children to a parent. 1h6 general has ever re
garded them as his especial favorites.
.OursrAHCE or TifAmtaaiviiia I)a-. Th (mil.
cations are that there will be a more general ob
servance of Thanksgiving Day In this cltv, to-
uaurivw, iuih iunv ucru lor suuib iiiue, 11 ever
Services will be held In Almost all the churches
not oocuuied as hospitals, the Departments (with
out exception, we understand) will be closed, to
gether wiin me nantcs ana places or business
The proposed " donation" dinners In the arlous
iiulaiBii, iuiu ai iiiu contrauauu camp, wm lorm
a novel And peculiarly Interesting feature of the
we understand that active preparations are
being made tn several of the hospitals, by the la-
u.va auicrrairu uirrciu. rvapvciiveiy, ior a "goou
old-fashioned thanksgiving dinner' In each on
Thursday next. We trust thla Aonim?niIalil atfnrt
may be extended to all of our hospitals, and that
in uoiie win our sunenng patriots lau 10 be gratl-'
fled and cheered by a bountiful repast and kind
and encouraging words, such as doubtless all hav e
been accustomed to, In dajs gone by, on similar
An Umqbateiul Scoundrel. On Monda) a fel
low of suspicious apiacarance was observed by
Roundsman sheld, ou E street. Bvlug asked by the
officer what be had under his coat, the man made
no answer, which Induced a search. It apieared
on the examination before Justice Thompson, that
the fellow, who called himself Samuel Robin
son, had been at the house of Mr. A. Johnston,
begging for something to eat, which being given to
him, the ungrateful scoundrel. In going away, stole
a red worsted table cover I On these facts being
proved before the Justice, the prisoner was com
mitted for court.
An Eve and Ear !nmhmahv oh Soldiers.
The medical director of this district Is about to
establish an eje and ear Infirmary In this city.
The Institution will be established as soon as a
suitable building can be obtained for that purpose.
We learn that the military authorities are now in
search of a building adapted to that object. Tills
is an excellent Idea, aud will do much for the re
nei 01 our brave soiuiers wno nave uau meim-
fortant organs, above named, Impaired while In
Presentation. Ucut W. R. Maxwell, of the
tenth New Jersey, bav lug recently been promoted
to the rank of captain In the Fourth regiment of
that state, was ou Tuesday evening the recipient
of a fine sword from his late fellow-officers.
Deaths or SOLDitns The following have been
reported alnos our laat lasuei
P. B. Marshall, company D, IRd N. Y.( Emory
Tunli Warren, enmrmnv If. 18th N- V.l turner
John P. Parr, compan B, toth Indiana) Carver
a. a. necKWivn. comptnj r-t oin r. i.cavairyi
Can er hospital. ,w
Jacob Hair, company II, !S3d renn.t Carver hos
J, B. Barnes company P, IMth Peon.l Carver
hospital. , h
Samuel F, Miller, company H, 4th Ohio, Armory.
J. M. Hall, company K, 11 Mb Penn.; Flnley hos-
William Markey,Quartermasttr's service) Quar
unn iuaDK((coioreat)iioverninenitessci) union
Ansel Durnhftm. latiwimnanv AihImi a i KVIr
In ton hospital.
David P. Reem, company A, tilth Peon.) taking
ton hospital. ' '
uaniei nurpny, company C, lain W. Y.
James Band, company D, 86th Penn.) Soldier's
James S. Sayre, company K, 171th N. Y.
Jacob Frank, company E, 136th Penn. I
Chas. Coburn, company U, 6th Maine, Kbenexer
Cross. Harris, compsny 1. 34th Michigan) Patent
,Geo. MoAndlsss, company D, IMth Penn ) Flnley
Wm. Fisher, company A, 94th N. J.i Presbyte
rian Church hospital.
Samuel Hill, company K, ItthConn.) Ascension
Jacob Buck, company F, Ith U. 8. cavalry) Odd
Fellowa Hall hospital.
A. Clark, company B, 2d Mich, civ, J Mt. Plea
Chas. Smith, 234 N. Y. battery i Emory hospttal.
John Thompson, company F, 146th Penn.t Emory
Wm. Townsend, company C, Itth N, Y. Ryland
, Jordan, teamster, Gen. Ilalleck's Jieadquer
ters. Police Mattkm Tuetdav. Mary E. Brooks
was arrested for larceny. Juittce Drury commit
Nanoy MeGune and Mary Handley waa arrested
for disorderly conduct. Taken before Justice Dru
ry and fined ie,
Sidney Kellson was arrested tor being drunk and
disorderly. Justice Clayton fined him as tw.
M. Greenwood was arrested for keeping a disor
derly house. Justice Clayton fined him 6.
James Atchison was arrested for disorderly con
duct. Justice Thompson Dned him 11. T
S.Robbeson was arrested for larceny. Justice
Thompson committed him to Jail for court.
D. II. Rick a vii arrested far earrvlna fnnnsal.d
weapons, Taken before Justice CI a) ton and fined
Laurence Daley was arrested for using threats of
Violence. Justice CI a v ton onlereJ him to rtvaae
Wfll'arSSSH.iii for ...auli'
ter) Justice Walter fined him 1 5.
John Williams was arrested for assault on an ol
fleer. Justice Walter committed him to Jail for
Mary Twoomy and Thomas Twoomr were ar
rested for disorderly conduct. Taken "before Jus
tice Si rat ton and Dned t3 94.
John Tolson was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Justice Stratton fined htm 3 94.
A Ki dm Am no Case. About eight months ago,
a man, by the name of Gatewood, a member of the
Independent cavalry company, raised In this city,
Save to his commander, Captain Whitney, his
aughter, a little girl about 10 years of age. This
was done In consequence of the desertion of the
mother. After giving away the child, Gatewood
deserted and went to Baltimore, where, It is re
ported, he was shot. On Monday last, the grand
mother of the child went to the residence of Cart.
Whitney, and had an Interview with the child.
Not long afterwards the girl went out. This was
about 4 o'clock, and the child lias not been seen
since, excent Lv some nelehbora of the aranJ.
mother, who say they saw her at the residence of
iJieiAiif-r. aucui iirannoo, oi in pro rot i guaru,
with Captain Whitney, went .to the house of the
frandmotber, on the corner of Sixth and I streets,
o demand the child, but the inmates of the house
disclaimed all knowleage of her whereabouts. As
the girl has become v ery much attached to Captain
Whitney, and has alwaj sexpressed a desire not to
live with her mother or grandmother, Captain W.
has taken measures to substantiate his claim, and
return her to his guardianship.
' Soldiers Librari. Wehave had frequent oc
casion to mention the v arlous contributions which
have been made to the comforts and iont entrnces
of the soldiers l)lngln and around the hospitals
about Washington. The latest we have seen of a
standard character consists of a collection of ex
cellent volume,(Qe hundred and fifty In number,)
which have been presented to the soldiers' free
library by a kind-hearted ladyof Dorchester, Mas
sachusetts. The books were confided to the care
of John A, Fowte, Ksq , together with the sum of
$30 to defray their expenses.
A Confidence Woman. A female by the name
of 1 rs. Hoysiere. who Is represented a ttelng par
ticularly fascinating In her manners and very pre
possessing la appearance, has succeeded, within
thetiasttwo weeks. In victimising various ladies
by ber artful and aMarrntl plausible representa
tions in rcgarujoawereni matters, rs. iiitggoir,
on E street, near Twelfth, and Mrs. Capt. Cauk,
were among her victims.
She hails from New York and Baltimore, but
says she la a refugee from South Carolina. She Is
said to have left the city on Mondnv .
Tiie.Dei.avan HovsE. The night patrol, under
Lieutenant Frankln, called on tW proprietor of
the Delavan House, on Monday night, and found
the bar-room tn full blast, dispensing liquor to sol-
uiers, uenry uaies was ofucreuTu appear at ine
Central guard bouse, He appeared esterda),
and the charge was sustained. Justice Walter
fined him 2u. The bar-room was closed jester
da), and five demijohns were turned over to the
guard, under Lieut. Franklin, arrested, on Monda)
night, about 10J o'clock, A surgeon, a captain and
a lieutenant, who were found In two dltlerrnt baw
dy houses, one on Mar) land av epue, near the Capi
tol, and the other at No. 363 O street. They were
ordered to report themselves under arrest at the
Provost Marshal's omce yesterday morning. Su.h
officers ought to be dismissed the service, aud net er
more dlngrace the uniform of a Union otfker.
Sellino Liquob. R. S. Maine, the proprietor of
theMScott House,' on Fourteenth, between Pand
Q streets, was arrested, on Mouday night, by the
provost guard of the Tenth New Jersej regiment,
and ordered to the Central guard house on the
charge of selling liquor to soldiers. He was fined.
esterday morning, 430. His bar was closed, and
wo demijohns of liquor confiscated, and turned
nv er to the medical purv eyor.
Failed to Affeab Margaret Calllgin was visi
ted by the brovost guard and detected In the busi
ness of selling liquor to soldiers. Ehe was ordered
to appear at the Central guard-house, but failed to
make her appearance ) esterday morning. A guard
was sent after her at once, who, after a long search,
found her concealed In the lot in the rear of her
house, she was arrested and lontincd in the Cen
tral guard house.
Closed the Bab. Tha bar room of Marv Mor
gan on the corner of Twenty-sixth and U streets
was ctuiru, anu ine owner uruercu to appear at me
Central guard-house to answer the charge of sell
ing iquor to soldiers The charge was sustained
before Justice Waiter, who fined her $20 Twcnt)
four barrels of liquor were found on tho promises,
for which Captain Adam holds himself ret pou title.
The liquor will probably be conn staled.
Disorderly shoe Blacks. The colored gentry
who crowd at our street comers and near notels
aud taverns, with blacking brushes, are hourly
complained of for their profanity and disorderly
conduct in Ihe street raterda Officer Tailor
arrested two of a gang of these Juv eulle rowdies,
who were dealt with according to law. We are
S:lad to hear that prompt measures will tw taken
or the suppression of this street nuisance,
Convalescents. Quite a number of convales
cent soldiers are now wing sent to tiieir respective
regiments fiom the various hospitals In this city.
These noble men take up the Hue of march for
active duty In the field of danger and death, from
which they but recently escaped, wlthgrett alncrlty
and much cheerfulness.
Robrerv. Last evening about 6,'i o'clock some
person or persons entered the 1 ard of Thos. Dona-
hoe, at the corner of Ninth and D streets, and stole
therefrom a quantity of underclothing and made
uii wtiii 11, uu ioiit uui, in, ueen arresieu.
The police arc on their track, aud theywlll.no
doubt, be caught.
Lost his Hand. We observe with regret that
our friend M. T. Parker, who keeps a tlrst-class
paint shop at No 69 Louisiana avenue, has lost
one of his hands. It happens, however, that It Is
a wooden one, which has served as asign jtointing
to his place of business. .
The Smithsonian. We understand that the
museum and picture gallery at the Smithsonian
Institution will be open to-morrow from 1'J o'clock
till fi. This will afford an opportunity for strangers,
as well ascltlieusfloseeihe curiosities, the won
ders of nature and art, collected at the Institution,
Low Gauolinoanh Sabbath Breakino. Three
colored boys named Peter Koss, Hanson Harris and
Wm. Brown, were arrested b) Officer Tnlor for
pitching cents And disorderly conduct, last Sunday.
They were lined, admonished aud discharged on
Sick Soldiers About WO sick soldiers em
barked at Alexandria ou the steamer Daniel Web
ster ) esterday for Point Lookout, St, Mar) 's coun-
jr, .'in. .ney were taKen iroiu ine AiexAnuna
Appointment -Capt, Harrv Powers, tho well-
itment i-apt, Harry Powers, tho weii
md skillful card writer, who has been
an McClellan's stair lu a special capacity,
i appointed A. A. q. if, on Gen. IngalPs
VlltTTn W.a.tKMTAM !! Ttilaafliin.ini
.1 4 o'clock, the two Board of our City Cooacil;
by In.ltatlon, yl.lt th. Waahlngton Aiyliun, iltu
Med In an eaaterhr dJrefltlon from the Capitol, near
the Congrriilonal Burial Ground. 1
Attektiok. ArrucTiDl Dr. Vellnr la ret
cngagol In an extenilrs practice In thta cltjr,
and wo would call tho attention of tho poor,
punr, emaciated Tlctlma of their own tlna to
the beat aonrcea of remedy. Flrat, (lTfltrpyour
present conne of life at once and forerer and
econdly, call on tho moat ekllfnl phyalclana,
(and none aro better than Dr. yellny,) and be
cared of the diae which Is now undcrmln
Ing your conatltutlons and tending yon to a pre
mature grare. t (
Bisnxo IUtii. Tho followlon1 are the rate.
at which bankcra and broker, are buying and
telling gold and allrer the legal tender notea
being the itandardl '
Oold . S9 per c. prem. S3 per c. prem.
Bllrer ... 20 " S3 "
Demand notea C4 VH
Dankaofltaueln "Waahlnsrton and OeorireJ
Bank of Metropolian
Bank of Washington!
Farm's & Merch'a B'nk.
Farmers and Mech'a
Bank of Commerce,
Tut BULLION BiNK redeema Ifa nnti-alnllJ
B. Treaaury notes, when any amount from one
uuuar uuwaras is preseQiea.
Oo to WiilTxiivtrr, ul Fenuijrlrania avenue.
vii.iu aupiiiui uMunwi ( rraucea nnces.
fin Hard VI am At ttmtt ..1 . aa j
now selllnr at nit hair dm m. am cat oAinHUi
Imperials reduced from $30 to $20i sctllna; whole
size colored at only ne. I will excel in RColortd
CarlttU itiUt," havlnc secured the services of a
superior artist for that branch of business. Like
nesses of many of those fallen In battle can be ob
tained nerei also card photographs of prominent
men, both civil and military. nor 31 im
Desirable India Rvancn Goons. Mr. H. A.
Hall has Inst received a lit nf nmrxtra iah. n,i
tlKhtdufl flnlshed Coats) also, dull nnlshecTPon-
vuus, eir larRB aul alio, a JOt 01 Dlue EnRUsn
Talmas, verr lonir. at iio Mrhi wMrh h t Tnna
at manufacturers' prices, at his India Rubber Ware
,Tf V: ,TnBJni avenue oei ween moth.
acuiuiincti. OCt'afl II
A Won II AT Anvirr. Thflaa ivhn hava tn
t doctoring for weeks and months without obtain Ins;
icii,uuuiutuuiut. wr. aTianumii, wnose omce IS
i i-v. 4i a.aircetjConieroi a-ignin street, ana b
niiwruwui cigaia street, ana d
Twenty-five yours experience ha
Flshblatt's reputation as aphysl
ises cured In a few days. Charge)
raauicaaiiT uurcu. iwem
established Dr. Flshblai
clan. Recent cases
moderate. dr. nsiint.ATT.
No. 431 E street, corner of Eighth,
Opposite the General Post Office.
India Ritbser Goods. The place to bur rour
RUBBER COA1 S, LEGGINSCAMPBLANlCfcTS,
HAVELOCK.S,HAVFRSACKs,and every article
made from. INDIA RUBBER, Is at If. A. HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where you can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 310 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. oc
Ladies', Men's, Youths', Misses and Children's
Rubber Boots, Shoes, Sandals and Galtets; Ladles'
and Gents' Buckle Overshoes, with felt lining and
top; Men's Short, Kneo and Hip Boots. At Allen,
Clapp At Co.'a India Rubber Store, Penn. avenue,
between loth and 11th sts. novii tm
India Robber Boots and Shoes. The above
articles are sold cheaper at H. A. HALL'S India
Rubber Warehouse, sio Pennsyh anla av enue, than
at any other store In this city or vicinity. T his ii
to. Call and satisfy ) ourselv es, 310 Pennsv lv anla
avenue. no tf
TOR WASHINGTON. OEOROETOWN AND ALEXAN
DRIA. Atcentlon If, Mwccn Wi and 10th streets,
J C. Dorr.
Ascension Dr. Smith's Church, 9th between
0 and II streets. J, C. Dorr.
AaccnBlon 8outhern Church. 8tli between
II and I streets. J. C. Dorr.
Armory Armory Bqnarc, Till st. D. W. Bliss.
Alexandria, 1st division Alexandria. J. E.
Alexandria, 2d division Alexandria. T. It.
Alexandria, 3d ill vision Alexandria. Edwin
Carver 14th St., near Col. Col. O. A. Jud
son. Caenarls A si. south, cast of Capitol.
Cliff bunio 21st at. Henry Bryant.
Columbian 14th st.t Col. Col. T. A. Crosti.
Collcgo Ocorgetow u. J, it. Brow u.
Cranch E St. Baptist Church, Oth and E sts.
Cranch Unitarian Church, fith aud 1) sts.
Camp, ux. aud par. prls. Near Alexuudrla.
J. II. Withes.
Doufilas Cor. I st. aud N. J. are.
Dunbarton Struct (leorKctown. H. C. W.
Ebcnczer 1th, near fl st. west. W. E. Wa
ters. Ecklngton (lalcn'ri house, N. Y, ave. S. A.
Emory in. east of Capitol. Win. Clcn
denln. Eplphauv O.Lct. 13th aud 14th its. Juinea
Epiphany Baptist Church. 13th bet. O aud
II. sts. James Bryan.
Fairfax Seminary 1 miles out Alexandria.
David P. Smith.
Flnley N, Y. avo., uear Galea's farm. J.
Ilarewood Tth street, Corcoran's farm. T.
Islaud Hall Comer Virginia avenuo and Oth
street. Wm. Haves.
Judiciary Square E street, between 4th and
fith. Chas. Page.
Kalorama Slst street, near Boundary. It.
Mt Pleasant 14th street, near Boundary.
C. A. McCall.
Odd Fellows' Hall K st., near Navy Yard.
W. E. Waters.
Patent Office Oth street. A. Thompson.
PresbyterlanChnrch Georgetown. B. Knick
Ryland Chapel D street, corner 10th, Island.
V. B. Hubbard.
Ryland Chapel Grace Church, D street, cor
ner 8th. V. B. Hnbbard.
Seminary Georgetown. Landon Wells.
Stone 14th street, uear Boundary P. Glen
uan. St. Elizabeth Insane Aaj turn, East'n Branch.
C. H. Nichols.
St. AIoybIub K Btreet, between 1st and 2d.
T. B. Lashells.
Trinity C street, corner 3d. A. J. Baxtar.
Trinity Printing office, corner 2d street and
Indiana avenue. A. J. Baxtar
Trinity Church Georgetown, ii. F. Bowes.
Union Chapel 20th street, near Pennsylva
nia avenue. W II. Butler.
Union Hotel Corner Bridge and Washing
ton streets, Georgetown. Geo. W. Stlpp.
Quartermaster's I Tth street.
On Saturday afternoon, tfMlnit,, Wiiii.m
Butts, of this cit).
Callel hence, In the flush of manhood, In the full
vigor of acttv e and useful engagement lu the church
and Sabbath sihool, with family ties the most
tender, and associations of friendship the most
endeariug. Possessing a character of mind pecu
liar from tho mauyi In that it was alwav s stern and
inflexible fur the rlht, unwavering and jealous of
the prosects of any good cause or work In which
he wasengageii. .et not )opuiar with tire multi
tude, rather seeking seclusion, ) et lnv arlably thrust
forward to occup) some prominent post In some
prominent work. Possessing a ecullar dignity of
manner anu t'lprrasioii oi iiioukui, precmuing la
mlllarltv , and requiring a long lime fo secure Inti
mate friendship! et, when once secured, ever a
warm and genial companion.
His sickness was of a protracted and painful
character, )et he bore It with Christian resignation,
and his last hours on earth were absorbed In the
prospect of hen ven I) realizations, anticipating
with strong faith, dellv eranve from sin, In the death
of the body to the purity and bliss of an eternal
Many beautiful expressions, evidencing thedv
ing grace Imparted io the regenerated soul, fell
from his lips, that will remain cherished remem
brances fur thought ami contemplation to bereav ed
ones droppings from the upper sAiictuarv , for the
soul held communion with Its God ami spake In
spirit utterances to all around.
The departed spirit Is now at rest far above the
vj H"" .nil wm vurr utu I'm im ui mc iuiiiu. mm
heart's-easo that will be planted there) but at that
day, the dusty tenant of tlie ev er-grven grave will
awako in the llkeuessof Him, the resurrect Ion and
ine ine immortal, J A,
OLD DEMAND NOTES,
U, S. 1 JIFASURY NOTES,
CERTIFICATES ot INDt UTFDNt IS.
And 8!L EH tKiiurht at the highest Price, b
m K.nnuuHt, r Am a. LU ,
lli niters, No, IM Penn. avenue.
lOLDI aOLDt-AD VANCE PHICE PAID, BY
niTTKNllOUSH PANT it CO.
Bankers, IM Penn. avenue.
FOB. YOUKtt IJUttBCtl.
No. 41 K Street, Neab the Circle.
TERMS, per Quarter of tea weeks Quarter.
commencing at the dat of admlaalon i
Elementary assies in English - - $1 00
Auvancea uesies in Kngiisn uieraiure
and Science Included -.... 9 od
Elementary Classes In English, French, and
MUSiC a a . a p . . HOO
Advanced Classes n English, French and
MUSlfl 4 a m m a l 00
Extra charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
uu wiiicr languages.
Dr. ZAPPONC will -. IjMtura. and othral
assist, whenever he can spare time from his medi
o mkb. a. .AffUiiaU, mncipai.
IAIRVIEW BOARDINO tCHOOL i
YOVkG MSX AND BOYS,
Board and Tuition, i40perterm, of ten monthsJ
Pupils admitted at any time. '
Heory Janney, 348 Pennsylvania avenue.
Dr. Tyson, Druggist, Math and L streets.
John Hsuxhuni, Four-and-a-half street, near F
Joshua Newbold, Quartermaster! Department,
Alexandria, Virginia. '
GEORGE A. NEWBOLD,
no ilm Principal.
GEORGETOWN rEMALK SCMINaRYI
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
151 Wcrr Street.
The duties of this Institution will be resumed on
the 6th of September. Circulars may be obtained
at the principal book-stores tn Washington, or by
addressing the principal,
augso TTnitm M.J. HARROVER.
"pnOP. ALEXANDER vVOLOWlKI,
PIANIST, VOCALIST, AXD COMPOSER,
Has returned ftom bis professional tour, and, by
request of his numerous friends and pupils, opened
a course for the Piano and Smrlns'. bv his new and
simplified method, tn Washington, on the 17th No
Br Prof. Wolowskl's system a person having only
a slight knowledre of music will be enabled, in a
very short time, to read musle with great facility,
andexecute operatic as well as classical music with
As to the vocal part, by his way of vocalisation,
he arrives at most extraordlnarr results, renders
the voice powerful, and enables the singer to vo
calize with facility, accuracy, and fine quality of
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Evening Singing Classes
aro opened at S o'clock n. m.. when Prof. Wolowski
will also explain the full theory of musle and read-
a"f, u) uis jsirin. ine suDscnucrs to tnis class
are accented onl r till tha 1st at Dcmh. lnea.
Prof. Wolowski receives visiters dally from 10 to
. iu., ri his reiiucocr, no. rain street,
nov 19 lm
'TirilO BAYS SOt We say that our store In
v the First ward may not have caused a com
motion, but do say that we are running off an Im
mense stock of nothing at the Leading First Ward
Store, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylvania
avenue, but who ever saw a store where a Smith
was that did not do business 1 and the reason is,
theyalwa)s sell their goods too cheap. That Is
why they are alwa) a poor. (Who ev er heard of
Smith getting rlchl I never did')
We are determined to furnish all the First Ward
with Good Clothing.
Kv er)body had better come soon and buy, as our
neighbors, tn a similar business, say that we can
not stand It more than ninety daya longer selling
goods bo cheap, but we have a yery large lot of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes left, and
we are determined to run them off at great bar
gains, at Headquarters for Clothing In the First
Ward, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylva
nia avenue and No. 460 Seventh street.
novSl-dtJanl SMITH h. CO,
M INVENTORS AND PATENTEES.
MUNN St CO.. broDrletoraof theScIenttfld Amer
ican, and agents lor procuring American and For-
With Sixteen Year experience in Vu Jtutituu,
Keierto lion, judge Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon. W. D. Bishop, ex-Commissioners oi Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business done through Munn fc Co.'s Fa
Pamphlet of advloe sent free by mail.
Patent Laws and Regulations, 100 pages, 3d cents,
No charge for consultation, orally or by mall.
Preliminary Kxamlnatlon In United States Pa
tent Ottlce, 5.
OUlces, No. 37 park Row, New York; Washing
ton, corner of F and Seventh streets, opposite the
Patent Office. mar 14 mtf
IT1IRHK, Oil WHERE IS IT! Who Is
IT there among jou that la not In want of
something In the way of Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, CapsT Aud the best place to get them
Is at the most popular Clothing House of J. If.
SMITH fit CO., No. 400 Seventh street, where jou
can And the greatest variety of Clothing and Furn
ishing Goods for Men and Boys' wear. We can
safely say that our stock of Clothing excels any
thing In this market, and our reputation for selling
Good Goods Cheap Is true) but the old maxim, that
" a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling,'
Is the principle that has built up our Immense
Our present stock of Clothing we offer at v ery low
prices, and we are all the time receiving new goods
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
West Baltimore street.
Do not fill to call at J. H. SMITH & CO'S., No.
400 Seventh street, where you can by Clothing at
J. H. SMITH &. CO ,
No. 460 Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth street and Pa. avenue,
nov 21 dtdeel
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY.
The old and established Emporium of Clothing,
that has, for so many years, supplied the clttrens
of Washington and vicinity with all that Is es
sential for the elegance and comfort of the outei
man. Is now supplied with the most complete and
fashionable slock that we have ever had the pleas
ure to otter.
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS of the most desira
ble styles that could be found In the market.
Our assortment ofSHlHTfl, DRAWERS.
HOSIERY. GLOVJ-.S. fcc cannot be surnassed and
will be sold at prices that do not allow of compe-
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OV. BLOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0 FRCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MIUTARY DRFSS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFST.
LAROE STOCK MILITARY FSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS OF ALL DFSCRIP-
VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, fee.
Our stock of BOYS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
lBtheiaraestanamoBi usnionabie that has ever
been offered In this city, and at the lowest prices
they can possibly be obtained tn this cit) .
rV Call and see us at ODEON HALL, corner 4t
Btreet and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
ing man oi vvasningionciiy.
nov l every Tues, Ihurs, k Sat
" Ao attorney will be regarded ai haiity Jlled the
mutuary dttlaration and affidavit!, at contemplated
by the thlh tectton of the act, vnleit the tORMS, at
veil at the inttrutlumt given tn thlt pamphlet, ARE
STRICTLY COMPLIED IPfTf.'-CoHMlssiONER
11 Ihe Manual of Pension, Bounty aud Bounty
Land Laws," published by the Morrisons, Wash.
Ington, D. C, Is the ONLV book now published,
ALL the FORMS In which are exact copitt of those
prescribed by the Pension Office, No other Manual
to le found In the market has them.
H jou want a RELIABLE QVIDE In making
up vour Pension, Bounty or Bounty Land papers,
as to FORM, as well as substance, enclose one
dollar andftfty crntt and send to W. H. fc O. 11.
I Morrison, Washington, O. C, and the book will
be sent by mall to any part or the United States,
' Pottaat Paid. nov 36 eodfit&wSt
BY ORJCKBTsk. WlLMAMa. AMCtloaeera.
HOUSEHOLD ASD KITCHEN i VMMTVKK
AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, th tsHh in
stant, we shall sell, at Mo. 303 Sixth st. between'
u Mia n streets, ine resiaenos oi gentleman de-i
cllnlng housekeeping, at 10 o'clock a. m.( an excel-,
lent assortment of Furniture, vlt I fT
Mahogany Sofa. Etagere.
Msrb la-top Bureau and Wash stand,
Marble-top Centra Table.
Walnut Cottage and other Bedsteads and Wash
Hair. Cotton and other Mattresses,
Bolsters and Pillows,
Dining and other Chairs,
Window Blinds, I
Carpets and Matting.
Glass and Crockery Ware,
Fine Cooklcr Stove, lot Kitchen Furniture,
And many other articles which we deem unneces
sary 10 enumerate. Terms, cash.
horSft-2t GREEN & WILLIAMS, AuctS.
BYA 2-.lf.ounu8 CO-A.Mtlsm.Mrsj.
.,? XJlftJCJ)FA DECREE OF THE OR
PltAS? COVRTot the county of Washington, In
the District of Columbia, 1 will offer at auction, on
TUESDAY, the isth day of December next, at, 4
o'clock p.m., on the premises, Lots F and P la
West'S SUbdlrlslOA Af a( nn.ln Sniiaraai ha.
dred and twenty-aine. (S39 ) One of these lots
iiuu.auu ncwrrKj venue, nearly opposite the
Baltimore and Ohio ratlrosd tt in and tha nit...
on First street west, between D sod K streets north,
and they are desirable as business stands. .
irrmsoi saiei une-tniraor purchase money
to be paid la easbt and the residue in two equal In
stalmtntsatsand 11 months, with Interest, to be
secured by approved notes.
The terms of aale must b compiled with La one
week after sale, or the property may be resold at
the risk and cost of the Orst purchaser, after one
HELLEN M. JACOBS. Guardian of
B. O. and Helen A. West.
m J. C. McGUIREkCO.,Aocta.
nor 3fi aawiw
puns i puRsii rvnsiu
GREAT AUCTION SALE OF FURS I
MARSHALL A PAGE'S AUCTION ROOM,
ftO-s SEVENTH ST.tunder ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
On Monday, Tuetdau and "Wednesday.
November 24, 25 and 20.
Sale to commence on Monday, at 3 o'clock In the
afternoon, and 7 o'clock In the evening, and
each subsequent day at II a. m. and 7 p. m.
One of the largest and most superb stocks of
Ever offered In this city, which have been received
from one of the most extensive Uanut in Rrrtsit.
way. New York, wlthorderato close the same with
out reserrei consisting or Hudson Bay, Yorkfort,
and Bermuda Sable Mink. Grecian, atnns Mrtin.
Fitch, and every description of fashionable Furs. In
Carriage and Cardinal Capes, Talmas, Vlctorlnes,
Muffs, Cuffs. Sic , fcc. Among the stock will be
found a great variety of MISSES' end CHILDREN'S
FURS. Also, a large assortment of Sleigh Robes.
Having recel red orders from the house in New
York to sell at any price on account of a dissolu
t Ion of partnership, therefore, the public will have
an opportunity of purchasing suits of the best Furs
at half the price of any house In the world. The
Goods have been manufactured this FalL 13 La
dles are particularly Invited to attend, as every ar
ticle will be sold without reserve. N. B. This sale
will be continued THREE DAYS ONLY. In which
time every effort will be made to close the entire
stock. EJ-The Goods will be open tor Inspection
each day before and until the hour of sale. Cata
logues win oe rraay on toe morning oi sale.
nov 24-St MARSHALL StPAGE, Aucts.
l)V GREEN AWILUAUI. Auctioneers,
0 AAiAnajri. MLt or UUVUEKIXS. LI
IS, HARDWARE, TINWARE PAINTS, OILS,
rs AND SHOES, CORDAGE, BRUSHES,
ERY, TOBACCO AND VIOARS, 4x., Ax.tAf
riON. On WEDNESDAY, the 28th Instant,
fln.uuK.-uu vrr.wm'.auAa, toe zvw instant,
we shall commence the sale at 10 o'clock A. M., at
me uiuvtii diuitui im. . rumpniTir, Hi tnecomcr
of Four-and-a-half street and south N street, near
the U. S. Arsenal, all the effects of the establisment,
vlxi Tea, Sugar aod Coffee, starch, Salaratus, Soda,
Seap, Candles, Spices, Blacking, euj.i Liquors.
Brandy, Whisky, Wine, Gin, fcc. Tin, Glass,
Crockerv. and a reneral assortment nl rantfntI
Hardware, fcc.j Nails, Shovels, Spades andptcks,
Axes, shovel aod longs, fcc.i Pilots, Oils, and a
general assortment of Glass in Boxesi a good assort
uicui ui ihuiucii oMsn aim oiacr i-oraaget COOTS.
woes, nais ana caps, woiien ana Cotton Hosiery,
Gloves, Thread, Spool and Ball Cotton, and Silk,
Wooden-ware, Tobaoco and Cigars, with a large
lot of other articles which we deem unnecessary to
enumerate. Terms cash, In bankable funds. The
attention of the Grocers, Dealers, and the public
In Mnaxal ta aaanutfullu (nltayt ) .1.1. . a..
will be peremptory, and the sale will be worthy of
GREEN a. WILLIAMS,
nov31-tds Star Auctioneers.
Tr W. I WALL tb CO., Attttlsmeers.
jl rivn&jnjuHi MLt u tnti Z-PtllHt. SIUVK
U fiflC HiAtS, LIUUUXS, LHUAKS, HERMETI
CALLY SEALED FRUITS. AV.. HV rATAl.nnw
AT AUCTION. OnWEDNESDAYMORNINn.ssth
Instant, at 10 o'clock, we shall sell at the store of
racssrs. ustneun jiros . rto. ztn Pennsylvania ave-
uuo, Minr i-uiiriT iiwk ui nne wines, iiranaies,
Cognac Brandies orthler own Importation!
Grape Leaf Gin, rtry high flavored
Sherry Wines of various grades
London Dock and Burgundy
Bourbon Whiskies direct from Kentucky
Rye Whiskies direct from Pennsylvania
Scotch and Irish Whiskies from the best distill.
Jamaica aud St. Croix Rum of prime quality
Batavla Arrack, Zwetcher and Kirschwasser
Blackberry and Peach Brandies
Gin and Brandy Cocktails
Claret Wines, uonsistlne of fit. Eatteuhe. St. Cmll.
lien, St, Jullen, and also superior Chateau Wines
mock ana inampagne wines oi various grades
Cider Br aud v aud old Anule Jaik In rtsss nd
Clears. comDrlslnsr a snlendld assortment of gen
uine Imported Havana and domestic manufacture
Hermetically Sealed Fruits and Meats, ennslstln
of Chicken, Turkey, Calves Tongues, ho , Clams.
nrauujr rrwuri aim i,ucrricsi cm., riain ana JU1XCU
ncKies, tnQwwnow, ana losier, ureen corn,
Currant, Strawberry and Cranberry Jellies and
others, forming a most complete assortment of
a runs anu iiirais.
The Store Fixtures.
The attention of Grocers. Families. Sutlers and
others Is called to this sale, the goods are allresh
and only offered at auction because the owners are
changing their business.
ine store lor reoi, inquire 01 ine auctioneers.
W. L. WALL & CO.,
no 19 Sun. Morn. Chron. and Srar.
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
MANIIFUIT O Ii Y ,
4O0 S.Yenth atreet,
orroaiTE odd rcixowB' hall,
WA8IIINQTON, D. C.
I manufacture of the beat material, and have
conatantl) on hand, a large and arld aaaort
ATMtary and Citimt' SADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS,
Patent Feed and Water Uuckela,
Offlcera' Fine Sword Bella,
Belt Trimming,, and
Field Olaaa Caaea. '
T It U N K 3
WOOD BOX TRU.fhS.
H K 1 A I II I N U .
Aa 1 inanulacture Trunka extenalvely, aod neoe,
aarlly ha e all klnda of Trunk Material, I am belter
prepared to repair Trunka, A,c , thoroughly and
prouiptly,than any other eaUbllaliiuent In the city.
JAMES . TOPHAM,
Oct 14 Sml
milE LOVERS OF THE U'KKU can And
X an excellent supply oiine nrsi uranua ai run.
LHV CIUAR AND .
tana av enue, adjoining Bank ol Washington,
' nov 30 lw
iUiJjlLLU aVjni-WHIyjll, A.OUIS-
SlIOlTst WAiaUQTOir TIOCATRB.
Cor, O tmd EUvenOi ttt.t tuar JPmn sfiw.
We4jaea4ar Kremlaf, VwrenaWr Mth,
first BENErrr or
A H Dsvvosa sart,
On Which oeeaalon tha hantifiai rttaiaiiii
IUa,lfl TWrt DIUl.tl T. a A.a -" Y
r h. ..w mmrwan VAflbM,
PANNV BROWN la lhre character!.
Mr. If. BLAND will appear. I
Th. pcrformanna will comlit o(
Oiluiabua ... A.K, Darcnport
-AlUr which CUBA! la a Ipaalaa dasc.
To b. followed bj th. drama of
Parent, ajad OB.rdlaiia.
Atter'whlch CUBA, la a Spaoiah dance.
To conclude with
Do" "f" ' 1 ' commenc. at in pnclaelr,
ftiw'a acntue, tuar WUlarit' HoUll
Lio.Aan Gaoria, .... Maaarer.
Thla (WEOSTXIDAV) ETemlma;,
Tweatr-anreath appearance ot th. I
Toun,, Able and Beautiful Actreae, i
MI8S LUCILLE WESTERN.
Laat nlfht but three o(
Mr. L. P. BARRETT.
The treat Comedian,,
BETCHELL and ROGERS.
BlKtOll IN TtVO TLAYS.
J. U BAUtETT IK TWO TUYS.
It. WALL IK TWO PLAYS.
To commence with Kotiebue'a pand ect play
". a 1' H A n U R H .
L. p. Barrett.
Viol. Crocker -Charlea
i. L. Barret . .
- a, . . Mra. Haller.
- a. . . Th. nranfer.
- a, - . Charlotte.
- aa . . Franela.
... a, . Baron Stelatert.
KOPPITZ'S KtOUTISOALE tOLKA.
J!S&"$&!xy". "" "
-..., .u(u..(.. MMUMu. iieaie',. Tn.
IVTZAHD BKIFF I
Moelem ataaucr. or elo.
Lucille Weatern ........
C. Barron ....Al
Admlaalon 00, 30t and Ii cent,.
y FORD'S NEW THEATRE.
Tnth tlrett, right abort Pmniytvanta avraw.
Manager and Proprietor - . Mr. John T. Ford.
(AIM or Holliday Street Theatre, Baltimore.)
A'OII' CKEATIKO A CHEAT SEKSATIOK.
lTmu Crawled lu Entry AvaBaUe Spot,
THE JWOSr GORGEOUS ErFECTS.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SCEKERY.
THE ADMIXATIOK OF ALL OVK
THIRD NIGHT OF THE OPERA SEASON
The young; and beautiful American Prim. Donna,
Mlaa CAROLINE RICIIINag,
Aaalated by tha eminent artlate,
Mr. PETER RICIIINUal,
The popular Opera Singer, Mr. DUNN,
And a lull company of choarltera.
Numeroua Beautiful Dancea
By the Premier. Danaeuae, Mile. SOPH1F.MELSON,
aldetl by Mile. CATHARINE,
Mona. OAPTISTIN CRUTI,
And the Corpa de Ballet,
Comprlaed ofthe moat beautiful ladiea, under the
guidance of the famoua
THIS TUESDAY EVENING, N.v. listh,
Balfe'a Romantlo Ojieratlc Spectacle of the
5!"" Mlaa RICHINGS
MD"r Mr. RICHINGS
Th. .utlr Trowp. In th varioua y.rta.
Bringing Into eflect the aervlcea of nearly
ONE HUNDRED PERSONS.
t3 A'a eitra chargtfor aJmluioti.
1ST Secured tali tumty-five crntt eitra.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
o D.,,.flcl. n5 Faniuette, 60 cental Orcheatra
Bo'xe';, tV" "f Clrcle' ""'' "
Doora open at 6V o'clock, nrfnm.n.. ...
ce. at Iti o'clock. ' ' ' , .ST
' CJARDEN CIRCUS,
Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh itreit.
Laat three daya and nighta of
Eaton Stone, Jimmy Reynolde,
and the present popular
CREMORNE CIRCC8 COMPANT,
as they are engaged to appear at
NIXON'S EQUESTRIAN INSTITUTION,
On Thnradar Erentna; next, Nor. aith.
Pirfgrmanna-AfttrnnM and Nlf ht,
to conclude with the
P O X r RACES.
ON THURSDAY, THANKSGIVING DAT,
The new organliatlon will appear
HOUSE WANTED. A lommodloui house,
centrally located, with or without lurnlture.
Address Box ;,', Post Ottlce.
nov 20 tf
TlfANTEDTO REST, a housanf frnm olsrht
If to twelv e rooms, unfurnished, with ras, bath
and furnace heat. In a central locality. Address
".,(," iionoiMi tifpvmcan omce.
nov 26 eodSt
TITAN TED FIV Ilmtdrea Lltarmrm tn
VV work In the Commissary Department. Ap
ply to Capt. Voss, C. S . at the foot of O street.
a. uKiKvviTji, col. ana C. S.
nov 86 tot
HOUSE WAHTKU-W ANTED TO RENT
IMMEDIAIELY, a commodious HOUS10, fur
nished or unfurnished, centrally located t rent not
to exceed tl,30i per j ear, pa) able monthly In ad
vance. Address "B," Washington City Post Office.
alaj, ai a, Siarj
TJONKS AND CAMP OHKASK WANTED. The
aj suuscnoers win pay ine nijrnest market price
for any quantity of Bones and Camp Grease, dellv
ered at their mill, foot of G atreet.
oUJl-eolni M OH (J AN It RHINKHART.
WANTKU-At the New York Emplovment
Agenjy Office, No. fill Ninth street, near
Pennsylvania avenue, TWKNTi-KIVK (25) White
and Colored GIRLN, with good references, as Cooks,
biiaiuui;(iiiiui avatuuurvaarai yi aiirrssrs, nurses,
and Seamstresses. Also, vounr Colored Men, to
wait on tables tn Prlv ate Families or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses Immediately, with or without fur
niture. Euiplo)ers lu want of good help, will find
It to their adv antage to call.
mayo 11 ft, 11. mii.i,ek.
1 TrANTEDjror i erritlf mm ami Maui fa &
YY Double Parlor, with tlrst-class furniture and
Doaru. trice not so mucn a consideration es a nice
The best city reference gtv en and required. Ad
dress "Banker," at the City Post OtMce.
WI WALL ft CO. have on consign-
ment, at their Rooma In the rear of
their Auction Rooms, a very large and exten
sive stock of ALL KIND4DP VIIRNITiini,'.
HUU8EKKKPIWU ARTICLES, fcc , comprising
Mahogany, Walnut and Plain Uardrobes,
Walnut. Mahogany and Plain Duress,
Jenny Und, French Cottage, Plain and other Bed
steads, Extenslou and other Tables,
Walnut aud Mahogany lete-a-tetcs and Sofas,
Parlor Cane Wood-seat Rockers aod Chairs,
Hair, Shuck Mattrasses. Bolsters and Pillows.
Caroets. Vest her Beds. Bolsters anu Pillows.
U'ltta a lar varlnlvflf all uther roods In the
I PurnUblog line, all of which will be sold at the
very lowest prices luvioia uu mvitMa,,
I . Sh iTALliS I.W., au.iiuunii,
vjorner pa. avenue anu nun si .
no 23 3w South sldi
LOMUAXA ArCC, IIAB SlXTM ST, -, I
fn the iw ,0fA. A'aHonat JTotet.
THE TRIUMPH OF THE SEASON I. i
A. VICTOR r OF TUB HOST BRILLIANT
Orer any other tetebllaaxwat either la
this crrr, tuiladelhiu, ok ualtihoie.
On. which cannot b. truthfully denied
bt Ant hanaqer
la any or the cttiee named.
Firet appearane. In Waahlngton City, of
Th. Great DlMlpl. of Terpc4h.r.,
Th. Beautiful PRIMA DANSEUSE ASSOLUTA,.
The Greatest LtrUf Danaeuae,
Th. SausceaaaVl Staff t Laat S.aacn.
mBLO-S NEW YORK THEATRE,
Where ah. was Dramatically and Vocally support
ed by many exeelleat artuta, Including:
HISS C. lUCHTNOn. V
when waa produced th. Intereatlag Terpalchoreaa
and vocal plee. called ENCHANTRESS, which, ow
ing to the unparalleled Popularity of the Beautiful
OALLETTI, had a KVK OF SEVERAL MOIir?.
During an engagement In New York,
WOULD XOT ACCEPT.
The management bega to atat. they bar. eecured
the aerrloe of the great Partalan Matriede Ballet,
MONS. E. VELARDE,
MONS. E. VELARDE,
The best male Dancer In America.
The management haa the honor to atate, alao,
that, In addition to the c
COURT OF BEAUTY,,
he haa secured the1
OALLETTI-VELARDB BALLET TROUPE.
MISS AGNES SOUTIIKRLAND,
The Scottlah Nightingale.
The Lorely and f odeat Songatre,,.
MILE. LEZETTA, MISS LILLIE BRASDOK.
MISS KA TE HA RRISOK, 'KII11 ILL I' FORBES ,
MISS JEKKIE. MISS ELLA,
BOB HART, LEW SIMMOKS,
OEO. R. EDESOK, WILLIS ARMSTR01a,
WILLIE EMERSOK, J. SYLVAS CLAREE.
N.w Ethiopian Aeta,
New Souga and Near Dance..
CI-EVERV ACT NEW TO-NIUMTC
THE BEAUTIFUL BALLET ESMERALDA.
Performance to conclndo with, tha laughable
PADDY MILKS' BOY.
Doora open at SKI performanceV o'clock.
Aomlaalon, 2ft cental Orcheatra Chalra, 60 ccnta.
THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY,
A GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE,
For Ladiea and Children.
Doora open at So'clock.
AdmlaeionLadlee 20 cental Children locenta.
or T11C NCW
Or THE HEW
OT THE HEW
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
IS HERE I IS HERE I IS HERE
And vhtn an hand make a note of U,
THE SUN SHINES FOR ALLI
no IS tl
IS II SA II GENT'S
AWNINQ, FLAG, AND
UNION TENT FACTORY,
No. 530 PcDsiajrlTSvnlst aTMUtL
WABHINOTON. D. C.
SUTLERS AND ARMY TEN it 8
ON HAND OR UADB TO ORDXB.
Awnings, Flags, Tents, Mali Bags, Horse Covers,
Signs, wagon Covers, &c, made at short notice,
Of No. 431, corner of Eighth and E atreets,
Opposite the General Post Office,
Can be consulted on RHEUMATIC AFFECTIOhS.
CObSVMPTIQN, LIVER COMPLAINTS CHROMC
A FFECTIONS, as well as all Diseases of Imprudence,
of whatever charactered which may be declared
Incurable by other physvlans. He engages to make
an Immediate cure.
From his lengthy practice In the science of medi
cine, he Is enabled to oner himself to the public as
being the only one In Washington capable of attord
lng speedy relief. All cases curable will be guaran
tied. He warrants a cure without the use of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine. Recent cases
cured in two or three days.
N. B. Letters addressed to Dr. F., at his office. No.
431. corner of Eighth and E streets, opposite Gen
eral Post Office, will recelv e Immediate attention.
AC A II U .
Oak HallClothiho Room.
Mr. Bruce, formerly at the Odeon Hall, has now
opened a new store at No. 464 Seventh street, just
below Smith's, where he has a floe selection of Men
and Boys' clothing at very low prices i ht Is desi
rous of having all his old customers call on him. as
they can buy goods at lower prices than any other
store In the clfy J. BRUCE It CO ,
No. 484 Seventh street, near F,
Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. 464 Seventh street
Mr. Bruce has a nne stock oi uothing (or Men
and Bovs' wear, at No. 464 Seventh street, opposite
City Post Office.
Mr. Brace Is the man to please the Boy In Cloth
log, at No. 464 Seventh street.
Frerybody knows that Mr. Bruce can sell Boys'
Clot hint cheaper than anv one else. Nu.ifil sev
enth street, opposite City Post Office.
r or men ami uuya- viuining ciui on Dir. uruce, si
Oak Hall, No. 464 Seventh street, between E and F.
Mr. Bruoe Is the man to please you In Boys' Cloth
ing, at Oak Hall. No. 464 Seventh street, opposite
City Post Office. se 25 3m
1) U U L 1 O HAI. K
Condannetl KnapMicks, Clothing, die,
Alexandria, (.., bvv.il, 1063.
There will be ottered for sale, at Auction, on
WEDNESDAY, the 26th Instant, at II o'clock a. m.,
a quantity of Condemned knaptmkt, I lathing, lc.
Payments to be made lu United States Treasur)
notes, before dellv ery of the goods, which are re
quired to be removed Immediately. The aale will
be held open until all the goods are disposed of.
C. B. FERGUSON,
Captain, Assistant Quartermaster,
no yidts U, S. Army
We are prepared to furnish
UNITED STATFSTAX STAMPS
RITTKNHOUSE. KANT fc CO.,
oct 80 in Bankers, 163 Penn. arenue.
f I HOME WIHH1NU to resale themstlv es with
X a Fine Havana Cigar and Choice Tobacco,Just
step In at POWkR'S CIGAR EMPORIUM, Louisi
ana avenue, adjoining Bank of Washington.